The autonomic nervous system consists of two complementary parts, the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nervous system. While the sympathetic nervous system controls active processes such as fight or flight, the parasympathetic nervous system promotes regenerative processes, the buildup of energy reserves, and the endogenous synthesis of nerve or immune messengers. The latter is dominant, especially during the night. Optimal renewal and repair are the basis for performance during the day. If the organism is under chronic stress, the quality of sleep and important regeneration processes are often impaired. The consequences are lack of concentration, lower tolerance and weakened immune power during the day. Alkaline electrolytes and the sleep hormone melatonin support the parasympathetic nervous system in its calming effect.
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